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18 Nov
2020

University Lifelong Learning for increased participation, performance and partnership - 52nd eucen Conference in Budapest

Hungary
Budapest
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Recognizing that lifelong learning requires the concerted efforts of multiple stakeholders, the 52nd eucen conference will focus on ULLL for increased participation, performance and partnerships. Universities are important players in increasing participation in education but collaboration with other stakeholders (including but not restricted to local authorities, state agencies and non-governmental organizations) is often the key to success.If you are interested in the 52nd eucen Conference in Budapest (HU) 27-29 May 2020 click here. The opportunity of early bird fee finishes soon!Click here to see the Full Programme.Remember that if you wish to extend your visit you can attend the free optional session on Friday afternoon: How to be prepared to help students in a digital era? by Carme ROYO, Executive Director of eucen. 

Call for Contributions

 

The 52nd eucen Conference has open a Call for Contributions. You can submit your abstracts here on one of the following three topics:1. University Lifelong Learning in learning cities2. Universities promoting inclusive education and community engagement3. Universities’ roles in the development of work-based learningPlease, visit the eucen Studies site to read more about the Call (Contributions accepted until 27 March 2020),Do not lose this opportunity to share your work! The best abstracts will be invited to submit full papers that will become part of the next eucen eJournal of ULLL.See you in Budapest!

Event Details
Status
As planned
Event type
Conference
Event website
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
EUCEN
Registration URL
Contact details
office@eucen.eu
Number of delegates
> 200
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Adult learning networks & organisations
Projects & partnerships
Attending fee
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